Stim Star Arabian Gulf operating in Arabian Gulf, says Halliburton
Halliburton says that its newest stimulation service vessel is in the Arabian Gulf working with Saudi Aramco for the Manifa field stimulation campaign.
HOUSTON– Halliburton says that its newest stimulation service vessel is in the Arabian Gulf working with Saudi Aramco for the Manifa field stimulation campaign.
Built for dedicated use by Saudi Aramco, Halliburton says that theStim Star Arabian Gulf vessel will serve as a high-performance platform for delivering technology and stimulation treatments in the most efficient manner.
Although initially developed for primarily acidizing treatments on both producing and injection wells in the Manifa field, the vessel is adaptable to handle all phases of production stimulation, including fracturing, sand control and conformance solutions for theMiddle East offshore market.
TheStim Star Arabian Gulf vessel is 234 ft long (71.32 m), 56 ft wide (17.07 m), and 18 ft deep (5.49 m), and can provide up to 14,000 hydraulic horsepower for stimulation treatments. The company says that the vessel is equipped with the latest control-room technology, with safety as a primary focus.
Halliburton says that the vessel employs the latest safety and environmental systems with advanced safety features, and is designed to meet or exceed requirements of SOLAS, IMO, IEC, and MARPOL regulations.